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Foreword by Laird Scranton Acknowledgments Introduction: A Controversial Claim 1 Making History 2 Seeking Suphis 3 Man of Means 4 Colonel Vyse's Creation 5 Exhibit 1: Other Chambers, Other Texts 6 Exhibit 2: The Silent Journal 7 Exhibit 3: The Eyewitness 8 Exhibit 4: Mystery Marks Made In Situ 9 Exhibit 5: A Peculiar Distribution 10 Exhibit 6: The Lie of the Landscapes 11 Exhibit 7: Cartouche Contradictions 12 Exhibit 8: Signs Out of Time 13 Exhibit 9: The Journal Speaks 14 Evidence That Demands a Verdict Notes Bibliography Index
Scott Creighton is an engineer whose extensive travels have allowed him to explore many of the world's ancient sacred sites. The host of the Alternative Egyptology forum on AboveTopSecret.com, he is the author of The Secret Chamber of Osiris and coauthor of The Giza Prophecy. He lives in Glasgow, Scotland.
"A powerfully-argued demolition of the 'facts' on which Egyptologists base their claim that the Great Pyramid was built by the Fourth Dynasty pharaoh Khufu. Scott Creighton's excellent new book The Great Pyramid Hoax is a first-class forensic investigation that Egyptologists should really be paying a great deal of attention to, because it pulls the rug of their chronology right out from under their feet." * Graham Hancock, author of Fingerprints of the Gods * "An intriguing narrative, The Great Pyramid Hoax expertly weaves its way through the sands of time, as it revisits one of Egyptology's most contentious issues--the dating of the Great Pyramid. In the best traditions of alternative research Creighton takes the reader on a personal journey of exploration, skillfully weaving powerful themes upon clear emotional expression, as he attempts to uncover the veracity behind one of Egypt's most endearing mysteries. A must-read for those searching for the truth." * Lorraine Evans, Egyptologist, death historian, and author of Kingdom of the Ark * "Egyptologists consider the ochre-painted Khufu cartouche in the Great Pyramid as the ultimate proof that this pyramid belongs to the Fourth Dynasty pharaoh Khufu. But much controversy surrounds its authenticity. If the Khufu cartouche is indeed a hoax, then the implications are tremendous. Scott Creighton has undertaken a very bold and meticulous investigation into this mystery. The Great Pyramid Hoax is a must-read book for all seekers of truth." Robert Bauval, author of The Soul of Ancient Egypt * Robert Bauval, author of The Soul of Ancient Egypt *